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Old 04-27-2008, 05:01 PM   #31
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No offense but who cares, the team threw the draft. Dan Snyders going to have to learn the hard way that you don't win with the passing game. Sorry man, not towards you it's just right now I don't really care, and I'm kind of pissed that I put so much faith into the braintrust of my favorite team.
I usually like and respect your posts dirtbag, but I can't get on board with these comments. I do wish we could have addressed other issues as well, but overall this is one of the best drafts we've had in a loooooong time.

I think once you get to see some of these guys, and once the overall "plan" by Zorn is presented to us, then you'll feel differently.
You have to remember, not all draft picks will succeed, we have some top notch talent from this draft, and something we will build on for quite a few years.
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Old 04-27-2008, 05:13 PM   #32
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I usually like and respect your posts dirtbag, but I can't get on board with these comments. I do wish we could have addressed other issues as well, but overall this is one of the best drafts we've had in a loooooong time.

I think once you get to see some of these guys, and once the overall "plan" by Zorn is presented to us, then you'll feel differently.
You have to remember, not all draft picks will succeed, we have some top notch talent from this draft, and something we will build on for quite a few years.
I agree...I'm not going to bash them when I can't even see them implement this offense on the field. Keep in mind this is a new era for the Skins with the WCO, just as it is for Zorn as coach of the Skins.

Sure they sledgehammered our receiving needs over the head but all these guys are young new Redskins and I'm not about to start bashing them or the draft decisions until I see what they do with them.
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Old 04-27-2008, 05:43 PM   #33
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Kareem Moore Scouting Report - 2008 NFL Draft Prospect
JLC has mentioned that we have met with him, and that we're going to look to draft him in rounds 5-7. He is a small school guy from Nicholls St. and he seems like a real intriguing prospect for us at safety. I was wondering if anyone has any good information on this kid.
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Old 04-27-2008, 07:38 PM   #34
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Thanks, I am really glad we got him.
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Old 04-28-2008, 10:39 AM   #35
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i see that you want to know information on Kareem. He is my cousin's fiancee and they have a child together. He is fron Okalona,MS which is about 30 to 45 minutes where my family is from (senatobia, ms). He's a cool clean cut guy and gets alone with everyone. If you met him you would enjoy him. He and my cousin have been engaged for about a year and a half and have a 2 year old son. But, im not one of the phony's that think they know everyone, but this is true... I live in Memphis, TN. If you need to know anything else i would be glad to tell you. I dont know everything about him just some basics.
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i see that you want to know information on Kareem. He is my cousin's fiancee and they have a child together. He is fron Okalona,MS which is about 30 to 45 minutes where my family is from (senatobia, ms). He's a cool clean cut guy and gets alone with everyone. If you met him you would enjoy him. He and my cousin have been engaged for about a year and a half and have a 2 year old son. But, im not one of the phony's that think they know everyone, but this is true... I live in Memphis, TN. If you need to know anything else i would be glad to tell you. I dont know everything about him just some basics.
Can he play some frickin football?
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i see that you want to know information on Kareem. He is my cousin's fiancee and they have a child together. He is fron Okalona,MS which is about 30 to 45 minutes where my family is from (senatobia, ms). He's a cool clean cut guy and gets alone with everyone. If you met him you would enjoy him. He and my cousin have been engaged for about a year and a half and have a 2 year old son. But, im not one of the phony's that think they know everyone, but this is true... I live in Memphis, TN. If you need to know anything else i would be glad to tell you. I dont know everything about him just some basics.
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Old 04-28-2008, 02:52 PM   #38
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i have watched kareem moore S from nicholls state ... Good charatcher Guy hard hitter ( he can lay the wood) i have wacthed him play he sign with OLE Miss for 2years and transfered to nicholls state. Sean taylor is his favorite player and the redskins are his favorite team so look for good things from Kareem they call him K-Mo Savage (he a beast) Doughtery watch yo back
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Old 04-28-2008, 04:07 PM   #39
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I don't really know college football, so I've got a lot of questions about all these guys. Is the claim he could push for the starting job a compliment to him or a criticism for Doughty?
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That's exactly how teams get in trouble. If you only draft for need you'll end up taking a guy that's not highly regarded. Let's take Calais Campbell for example. Even though he's still on the board when we drafted TE Fred Davis, you have to trust that our coaches and scouts were pretty sure that his value wasn't good or as good at that point in the draft. What that really means is yes, we need DL help but, we can't draft Calais Campbell this high because we've checked him out thouroughly and feel that he doesn't have the tools to be drafted at this point. Later? Yes. Now? No. You see all the time how the best teams (teams who are better building through the draft) draft guys who seem to be reaches but actually fit well into what a team does.

As far as Moore goes. He's projects to be as good as Vernon Fox with some upside.

I've always had questions about BPA. What if you end up with nothing but positions you don't need? I mean suppose the Redskins originally planned to take Campbell at 51? If they could have gotten him at 48 and still gotten Davis or Kelly wouldn't it have been worth it?
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Old 04-28-2008, 04:14 PM   #41
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I don't really know college football, so I've got a lot of questions about all these guys. Is the claim he could push for the starting job a compliment to him or a criticism for Doughty?
I would definitely call it a compliment. Doughty, although unspectacular, is a solid safety, but I think Kareem Moore and Chris Horton are going to give him a run for his money for the starting SS position.
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I would definitely call it a compliment. Doughty, although unspectacular, is a solid safety, but I think Kareem Moore and Chris Horton are going to give him a run for his money for the starting SS position.
I hope so, I like Doughty and I'm sure he could be a decent starter but he just doesen't have the skill sets needed to excel past mediocrity. He's a great special teams player, not a great starter.
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I would definitely call it a compliment. Doughty, although unspectacular, is a solid safety, but I think Kareem Moore and Chris Horton are going to give him a run for his money for the starting SS position.
The Redskins were idiots on the second day. They passed up Josh Barrett who will be the best safety out of this draft class in years to come. Book it. He has alot of potential and its unbelievable that the Broncos came away with this kid in the 7th round. I'm dissapointed.. 6'2, 225 pounds, 4.34 speed, and decent coverage skills at the SS position. He'll learn alot from Denver's secondary, and it's a shame when Laron Landry could have been teaching him.
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The Redskins were idiots on the second day. They passed up Josh Barrett who will be the best safety out of this draft class in years to come. Book it. He has alot of potential and its unbelievable that the Broncos came away with this kid in the 7th round. I'm dissapointed.. 6'2, 225 pounds, 4.34 speed, and decent coverage skills at the SS position. He'll learn alot from Denver's secondary, and it's a shame when Laron Landry could have been teaching him.
I liked Josh Barrett as well, and I was surprised to see him drop so far. I thought for sure he was a 4th or 5th round pick. With that being said there was a reason why he dropped, I know he had a bad injury his senior year, and his coverage skills aren't that great. Not exactly sure why he dropped, but it must have been something pretty significant that scared many teams off.
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i have watched kareem moore S from nicholls state ... Good charatcher Guy hard hitter ( he can lay the wood) i have wacthed him play he sign with OLE Miss for 2years and transfered to nicholls state. Sean taylor is his favorite player and the redskins are his favorite team so look for good things from Kareem they call him K-Mo Savage (he a beast) Doughtery watch yo back
Welcome to the board. I didn't know he was a skins fan, a Sean Taylor fan, and had such a cool nickname. Very cool. I imagine he'll do little more than be a solid special teams contributor at first, but hopefully he'll pan out as a regular down player. I also heard he's a hard hitter, plus he has good measurements for a safety. Coming from a small school like Nicholls State, it'll probably take him some time to adjust to NFL speed, but I'm optimistic about him.
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